Real Life Website Redesign
Real Life Website
This project was one of the biggest I’ve undertaken. The hardest part was creating user-based content and meeting with teams to meet their needs. Every team wanted their own page built their way. Yet, it was that mentality that held back the church’s old website.
I put the user first. I carried the torch for simplicity and represented the church the body. I shifted the focus to mobile first because that’s where the congregation is. I reduced the site from over 200 pages to just over 20. I’m a firm believer in minimalist websites. Not only did I reduce the pages, but I added two key features to the site’s navigation: a Spanish translation and an online store.Launch Project
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Jan . 01 . 2015
- Over the course of a year, I met with different ministries to meet their specific digital needs. The biggest change for Real Life was a domain name switch. I suggested we move away from getreallife.com to real.life. It shortened the URL and made it easier for the users to remember. I also designed custom solutions for Life Groups registrations. For the first time, users we were able to register for a Life Group on Real Life's website. It was a huge win for Real Life.